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Monday, November 2, 2009
This office-complex that I've affectionately nicknamed "Ode to the Fashion Palette of 1986" stands by metro Novye Cheremushki, in an area of the city developed during the bleak [architectural-creativity speaking] epoch following the "excesses" of Stalinism. Picturing it standing among a host of Stoke and Williamson and Hubbard Halls wouldn't be far from the mark. It's ridiculous and frivolous, and I love it for that reason. It looks like something I'd expect to see in the backdrop of The Sims...